|Jeffrey Melnick Lecture on the Leo Frank Case at AJA - Jeffrey Melnick|
Jewish-American Professor Jeffrey Melnick Lectures about the Leo Frank Case in the context of Black-Jewish relations at American Jewish Archive in Ohio, circa 2010.
Keywords: Jeffrey Melnick; Leo Frank; Jew; Jewish; Judaism; Israel; anti-Semitism; Atlanta; Georgia; AJA; American Jewish Archive
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|Five Arguments in the Leo Frank Case by Berry Benson - Berry Benson|
Five Argument in the Leo Frank Case by Berry Benson, is an analysis of the infamous "death notes" found next to the dead body of Mary Phagan in the basement of the National Pencil Company. Benson takes the position in favor of Leo Frank and argued on his behalf, concerning the now century long dispute over whether or not Jim Conley wrote the "death notes" alone or Leo Frank dictated them to Conley who then paraphrased them in Negro dialect...
Keywords: Leo Frank; Berry Benson; Jim Conley; James Conley; Mary Phagan; 1913; Atlanta; Georgia; Fulton County; ADL; Jew; Jewish; Judaism; Antisemitism; Steve Oney; Leonard Dinnerstein; Elaine Marie Alphin; Jeffrey Melnick; Robert Seitz Frey
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|The Lynching of Leo Frank Murder Case Book Magazine 1991 - David Jessel; Colin Wilson; James Morton; Bill Waddell|
A Marshall Cavendish Weekly Publication (1991). Murder Casebook, Investigations into the Ultimate Crime. The Atlanta Lynching (64). Leo Frank: The scapegoat for a crime that outraged the state of Georgia. By David Jessel, Colin Wilson, James Morton, and Bill Waddell. Official Leo Frank Georgia Supreme Court Records: Leo Frank Case Georgia Supreme Court Case Records (1,800 pages). http://archive.org/details/leo-frank-georgia-supreme-court-case-records-1913-1914
Keywords: Leo Frank; Leo M. Frank; Leo Max Frank; Mary Phagan; Tom Watson; Lynching; Luther Rosser; Reuben Arnold; Hugh Dorsey; Atlanta; Georgia; KKK, Steve Oney, Elaine Marie Alphin, Leonard Dinnerstein, Jeffrey Melnick, Robert Seitz Frey, Abraham Foxman
|The Truth About the Leo Frank Case 1915 - By C. P. Connolly of Collier's Weekly|
A book in defense of Leo Frank. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to Archive.org "Reprinted in part from Collier's weekly." "Leo M. Frank is ... under sentence of death at Atlanta, Ga., convicted by a jury of the murder of Mary Phagan." By C. P. Connolly (Christopher Powell), 1863-1935 of Collier's Weekly. Reprinted in part from Collier's Weekly. New York Vail-Ballou Company Publishers...
Keywords: Leo Frank; Mary Phagan; C.P. Connolly; Connolly; Atlanta; Georgia; Jim Conley; ADL; Anti-Defamation League; Newt Lee; 1913; August 26; 1914; 1915; Jew; Jewish; Steve Oney; Leonard Dinnerstein; Elaine Marie Alphin; Jeffrey Melnick; Robert Seitz Frey
|Black Jewish Relations on Trial by Jeffrey Melnick - Jeffrey Melnick|
Black and Jewish relations on trial during the Leo Frank affair by Jeffrey Melnick.
Keywords: Leo Frank; Leo Max Frank; Leo M. Frank; Jew; Jewish; Judaism; Israel; Atlanta; Georgia; Jeffrey Melnick; anti-Semitism; anti-Semite; Israel; ADL; Anti-Defamation League; B'nai B'rith; 1913; 1914; 1915; Mary Phagan
|Cornell Senior Class Book 1906 - Cornell University|
Leo Frank, Senior class book of Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1906. The Most Famous Cornellian: Leo Max Frank (1902 to 1906) Leo Max Frank hails from sleepy Brooklyn, famed for graveyards, breweries and baby carriages. Blossoming in the cotton fields of Texas and finding southern life too easy, he migrated to New York's slumberland. The far-fanted beauty of Ithaca's scenery induced him to choose Cornell as his Alma Mater...
Keywords: 1906; Cornell University; Leo Frank; Leo Max Frank; Ithaca; New York; Leo Frank Case; Steve Oney; Albert Lindemann; Mary Phagan; ADL; Anti-Defamation League; Steve Oney; Leonard Dinnerstein; Elaine Marie Alphin; Jeffrey Melnick; Robert Seitz Frey; Abraham Foxman; Anti-Defmation League of B'nai B'rith; Leo Frank Passport
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|To Number Our Days By Pierre van Paassen - Pierre van Paassen|
Pierre van Paassen brings together a lifetime of ostentatious tall tales, fantasmagorical memories and embellished stories in his memoirs, 'To Number Our Days' (405 pages), published in 1964 by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. Pierre van Paassen is most often cited post-1964, for his unique claim that in 1922, while he was investigating the Leo Frank case file at the Fulton County Courthouse of Atlanta, Georgia, he made an incredible discovery of a shief containing flesh X-rays and dental phot...
Keywords: Pierre van Paassen; 1964; Leo Frank; Atlanta Journal Constitution; Israel; Palestine; France; Georgia; Canada; Alberta; Jew; Jewish; Judaism; Zionist; Zionism; anti-Semitism; anti-Semite; Steve Oney; Leonard Dinnerstein; Elaine Marie Alphin; Jeffrey Melnick; Jeffrey Paul Melnick, Leo Max Frank; Leo M. Frank